Aduana Stars general captain, Emmanuel Akuoko says good measures should be laid down before football resumes.
The veteran defender emphasized that the GFA should not be forced to do anything as the safety of players and fans are paramount in this era of the Coronavirus pandemic.
“We should not rush to resume football now, it is up to the GFA.” Akuoko told Sikka FM
“Measures must be put down to ensure the safety of both players and fans.”
Akuoko further reiterated that the GFA must come out with a strict policy on how much players are to be paid as salary issues is a big headache to footballers in the country.
“My biggest worry in Ghana football is the meager salaries players are paid. There need to be structures put down by the FA on how much clubs are to pay players.”
Akuoko has been the longest-serving player in the Aduana Stars team currently having played for them for over a decade.